APA Hotel Osaka-Temma
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... ICOCA card which is good for rail and bus. Finally on the JR subway to our station Shin-Osaka - huge station with so many restaurants and shops and exits - but thankfully very helpful people to guide your way. We walk to our Airbnb accommodation which is in a very plain building like many that we saw from the train to Room 436 and it is a room - we though we were going to a 2 bedroom apartment - no this is 2 beds in a room - ...
... architecture. There was a nice view from the top and we learnt the history but it was a little disappointing. We went and found a quiet area in the grass and watched some TV on Dave's phone. For dinner we went to the supermarket and got some delicious sushi. Day 107 Today we left Kyo's. It had been a great experience staying with him and trying all this yummy food. We headed to Namba which is the party area of Osaka. We wandered around checking out love hotels as ...
... later we visited the Floating Garden Observatory. It was a splendid view from the top and we could almost see the entire city of Osaka from the observatory. Later we went to one of the local Japanese restaurants and the food there was fantastic. Overall it was a great first day and I look forward to tomorrow. Mike ...
... expensive, with the more refined incense costing $20,000 for a pound!
After this great experience, we did some shopping, buying some wonderfully unique items. Next stop was the eastern scenic reserve of Kyoto. This reserve has a beautiful tree-lined lane that winds up the hill to a spectacular temple, ringed with fragrant cherry trees, full of blossoms, complete with a sweeping view of the city from the opposite side. We took so many photos, in ...
... to my destination for the day, Nara. About an hour's train ride from Kyoto is the town of Nara. It was established in 710 and was Japan's first permanent capital. The Buddhist monasteries grew so powerful and began to exert so much political influence on the government that they became a serious threat to the government. So, the capital was moved from Nara (then called Heijo) to Nagaoka in 784. But, because it was the original capital, there are many historic ...